Otago Peninsula jewelled geckos smuggled to Germany are the
first to return to New Zealand under strengthened rules
designed to crack down on poaching.
Four students were arrested and a stereo seized from a
drunken party in Stafford St yesterday.
An engine issue grounded a Christchurch bound flight at
Dunedin International Airport yesterday, but Air New Zealand
has kept tight lipped about the problems.
Robin and Ken Walmsley, of Outram, with their 1952 Daimler
Special Sports, one of only 500 manufactured.
A Dunedin City Council planner has ''strongly'' recommended
against giving retrospective consent for bedrooms illegally
added to a pair of student flats.
Military historian Aaron Fox gave a public talk at Toitu
yesterday detailing the clothing and supplies that New
Zealand soldiers were equipped with during World War 1 at
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